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Q: How to fix gear shifter

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can not see the gear shifter at the dashboard
My car has an automatic transmission.

In many cases, this problem can be caused by a loose connection behind the instrument cluster. First, the fuses for the gear and information center displays must be checked. If the fuse did blow, there is a faulty component along the circuit. If the fuse is not blown and the information center works while the gear readout does not, a malfunction of the instrument cluster assembly is possible. Consider hiring one of our mobile experts to inspect the circuits and pinpoint the electrical failure firsthand.

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